Sage and Coombe Architects

First Friday (Observed on the 2nd Friday in September)
Sage and Coombe Architects

Join Sage and Coombe Architects at its office for drinks, informal conversation, and a behind the scenes look at recent and upcoming projects. This program is part of First Friday, a monthly opportunity for League members to visit the offices of leading design practices to see work on the boards and learn more about the offices’ organization and design processes. These informal social gatherings feature happy hour drinks arranged by the host office.

Sage and Coombe Architects was established by Jennifer Sage and Peter Coombe in 1995. Notable projects include the New York Public Library, Fort Washington Branch Children’s Reading Room in Fort Washington, NY, which received the AIA Design Award for the New York City Chapter in 2007, and New York State in 2009; and the Noguchi Museum renovation in Queens in 2007. Other recent work includes FDNY Marine 9 Company Barracks in Staten Island, and the Rockaway Beach Open Up in Queens, which was part of an effort to rebuild the former boardwalk damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

Currently, Sage and Coombe is designing a master plan for the Buckley School facility expansion on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Other projects include a feasibility study for a college expansion site for St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights; the master plan for phased facility expansion for The City and Country School in Greenwich Village; and the renovation and new construction of the Greater Newark Conservancy Urban Ecological Center in Newark.

Event

Event Details:


  • When: 

    Friday, September 12, 2014
    6:30pm

  • Where: 

    Office of Sage and Coombe Architects
    12-16 Vestry Street
    5th Floord
    NY,NY, New York

  • More information: 

    Event website.

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